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What is Wildlife Exclusion?

Every year, hundreds of thousands of homes across the country are severely damaged by animal pests. From mice and other rodents eating through your installation, to birds and bats covering your attic with their potentially dangerous droppings, there are several different types of wild animals that can enter your home and cause serious destruction. Wildlife exclusion is one of the most fundamental aspects of an integrated and holistic approach to pest management. Below, we explain what animal exclusion entails, and why WNY Wildlife and Exclusion is the best option for homeowners and business owners in Western New York who are looking for an effective and affordable way to keep animals out of their homes and businesses.  

What is Wildlife Exclusion?  

Your warm and cozy home offers a comfortable and inviting environment for you and your family, especially during the colder, barren months of winter. The different animals that live in the areas around your home probably think the same. Wildlife exclusion begins by focusing on creating an airtight seal around your home´s entire building envelope. This includes sealing even the smallest gaps around windows, doors, and other points of entries. Wildlife exclusion also focuses on repairing any cracks that may have formed in your home´s foundation due to the natural settling of the structure. This strategy will also include different strategies for sealing off other necessary opening such as dryer vents, and other ventilation openings so that animals cannot enter.  

When done correctly, wildlife exclusion is an extremely effective form pest control and can stop the problem before it starts. Once wild animals do enter your home, you will most likely be forced to invest in elimination strategies including pesticides, traps, bait stations, etc.  

Why Should You Invest in Wildlife Exclusion?  

For homeowners, having a pest inside your home can lead to costly damage to your house, including to the:  

In severe cases, small animals such as squirrels, opossums, mice, and raccoons can even cause structural damage to your home, and ruin expensive HVAC equipment and systems.  

For business owners, not only can pests cause similar damage to the structure, but an infestation can negatively affect your inventory, and your reputation as a business.  

Why you should Hire WNY Wildlife and Exclusion 

When you hire WNY Wildlife and Exclusion, you will be getting trained professionals with decades of experience in the best ways to keep animals out of your home or business. We can quickly help you identify the types of animals that are in your home, the potential points of entry that, and other at-risk area. This inspection process allows us to develop a unique wildlife exclusion strategy for your property, and thus help to avoid the problems mentioned above before they begin.  

Over years of experience in being the leading wildlife exclusion company in the Western New York area, we have found that every situation is unique and different. Thus, we always a customized action plan. If your home or business is already suffering from wildlife intrusion, we will effectively and humanely remove those animals from your building. We always then offer a detailed plan of action to ensure that your home or business remains animal-free for the long-term.  

When you hire us, you will also be guaranteed to get the most human animal removal and abatement company in the region. Our professionals have all of the necessary experience and tools to help you keep animals safely away from your home. We comply with all relevant federal and local regulations regarding wildlife removal.  

Keeping animals out of your home is important for the health and wellbeing of your family and customers, and to protect the structural integrity of your home. Instead of waiting until wild animals have already taken up residence in your home, feel free to contact us today to discuss the best course of action for keeping wild animals from ever entering your home.  Call us at 716-203-1166 today. 

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